Are we addicted to foods that make us obese and kill?
Why is it hard for obese people to lose weight despite the social stigma and health consequences associated with being overweight? Is it similar to cigarette smokers who continue to smoke even though they know smoking will give them cancer and heart disease?
Is processed food the new tobacco?
Native to Australia, Dr Lonnee has lived in London since late 1999. He retrained in the UK to become a Dietician and graduated from London Metropolitan University in 2005 with a BSc (Hons) Degree in Human Nutrition & Dietetics.
As an overweight teenager Scott took up exercise, changed his diet and found weight gain optional, not inevitable. Spurred on by this he started a career in sport and recreation and brings over 20 years experience helping countless clients achieves their health and fitness objectives.
Registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC) and British Dietetic Association (BDA), Scott started at St Georges Hospital London in 2006. From 2008 his primary area of interest as a Dietician has been on weight management.
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